Missionary Society of St Columban
Société de Saint Colomban pour les Missions Etrangères
Società di San Colombano per le Missioni Estere
Societas Sancti Columbani pro Missionibus ad Exteros (SSCME)
Oct 1916, Ireland, as a society of community life without vows. Approved 5 Jun 1925. Also known as: Columban Fathers; Missions Etrangères de Maynooth; St Columban's Foreign Mission Society (SSC). R-XR9876 - Missionary Sisters of St Columban (SSC) was set up 1922, Cahiracon (Ireland), to cooperate in the missionary effort to China, particularly ministering to women there.
Promote missionary dimension of local churches by witness of Gospel values.
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General Assembly (every 6 years) elects Central Administration team. Between General Assemblies is an Inter-Regional Meeting.
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